Week of September 2, 2012
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of September 2, 2012.
- National - DOD IG questions military voting (Politico)
- Tennessee - Special Saturday Hours Announced To Issue Voter Photo IDs (The Chattanoogan)
- Florida - Feds OK Florida early voting plan for 5 counties (Real Clear Politics)
- Ohio - Judge tells Husted to explain voting edict (Columbus Dispatch)
- Minnesota - Appeals court rejects Minnesota corporate disclosure law (St. Cloud Times)
- New Hampshire - Feds approve voter ID law (The Union Leader)
- Ohio - Early-Voting Hours: Husted tells county boards to wait for appeal ruling (Columbus Dispatch)
- Ohio - Ohio appealing judge's decision on early voting (WANE (Fort Wayne))
- National - Late legal decisions in a series of voting cases in several states may influence 2012 election (Washington Post)
Commentary on the latest developments in election law during the week of September 2, 2012.
- - Michael Kang Responds to Foley on Obama for America Non-Retrogression Principle
- Foley - Non-Retrogression, Equal Protection, and Ohio’s Early Voting Case
Information & Analysis
Information and analysis on the latest developments in election law during the week of September 2, 2012.
- Secretary Husted Asks for Stay and Rescinds Directive
- Briefing Schedule Issued for SEIU v. Husted
- State of Ohio and Husted Appeal Provisional Ballot Ruling
- Holder Does Not Oppose Preclearance of FL Early Voting Plan
- Judge Orders Husted to Attend Hearing
- Briefing Schedule Set for Obama for America v. Husted
- New Filings in SEIU v. Husted and Obama for America v. Husted
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